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On 7/6/2021 at 12:44 AM, noodle3872 said:

I find the Speed TD can kill spin with more weight forward or add spin with less weight forward. I play my TD with 2G front and 14G rear and it spins in my ideal window of 2100-2600 with plenty of launch. Against my 10.5° Max LS and standard 10.5° Speed, the TD sits in between the LS and Speed. The LS can be too low spin at times while the standard Speed can be too high spin. My pursuit to find the best of all world in a driver has ended now I have the TD in the bag. 

Where did you get weights?

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On 8/13/2021 at 5:24 AM, NickRich said:

Mine came with 8/8

Mine too. 8/8.     Pretty perfect.  

TM Sim2 max 9* TB 70TX

TM 300 13.5* Tensei CK blue 80TX

TM Sim2 max 16.5 MMT 70x 

Tsi2 21* graphite design Ad IZ 8s 

Titleist T100 5-pw MMT 125 TX 

Very sm7 50 edel sms 54 58 MMT 125 TX 

Cameron GSS 009  1.5 , sound slot , tungsten sole weights , head speed shaft. 

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On 8/30/2021 at 7:27 PM, stingerfade said:

Not sure if it’s posted before but how’s this compared to mavrik TD?? I have that but actually prefer the standard mavrik SZ better 

I had the MZ SV before going with the Speed TD. Overall the Speed TD is hotter across the face and significantly more forgiving. Best way I can describe it is to take the sweet spot on the MV and expand it 1/4in out in all directions. Any strike in this new area doesn't lose distance whereas a shot with the MV would lose 5-10%. I've hit a number of low-center strikes that I was shocked at where they ended up

#1: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond 9'- Ventus Black 6X 

#3: Ping G400 Stretch 13' - HZRDUS HC Yellow 75g 6.5

3H: Titleist TSi3 20* (TI) - Motore 8.8 X

I: National Custom Works CB/MB DW - MMT 125 TX

W: Titleist SM8 Raw 56.14F & 60.14K - TT X100 TI Black Onyx

P: SC Newport 2 Centershafted P r o t o t y p e

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3 hours ago, norcaltrojan said:

I had the MZ SV before going with the Speed TD. Overall the Speed TD is hotter across the face and significantly more forgiving. Best way I can describe it is to take the sweet spot on the MV and expand it 1/4in out in all directions. Any strike in this new area doesn't lose distance whereas a shot with the MV would lose 5-10%. I've hit a number of low-center strikes that I was shocked at where they ended up

Which one do you have? There’s so many it’s confusing?? I love the feel and sound especially off the face of the MV SZ and low spin. Is this what you’re getting but larger area? If so…what the??? Ha

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19 hours ago, stingerfade said:

Which one do you have? There’s so many it’s confusing?? I love the feel and sound especially off the face of the MV SZ and low spin. Is this what you’re getting but larger area? If so…what the??? Ha

I have a Speed TD. The MV SV was a demo from the club so I never really owned it. Overall I like the Speed TD's feel and performance significantly more

#1: Callaway Epic Speed Triple Diamond 9'- Ventus Black 6X 

#3: Ping G400 Stretch 13' - HZRDUS HC Yellow 75g 6.5

3H: Titleist TSi3 20* (TI) - Motore 8.8 X

I: National Custom Works CB/MB DW - MMT 125 TX

W: Titleist SM8 Raw 56.14F & 60.14K - TT X100 TI Black Onyx

P: SC Newport 2 Centershafted P r o t o t y p e

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More I play with this thing , the more confident I get.  And I swear it’s still getting longer.   I had 6 holes yesterday where I hit less club in than I ever have ( ever ) on approach.   And this is after a hurricane came through and dumped rain last week. No way you can call it super firm and fast.  Now mind you I’ve been working hard on my driver swing as well. And I know some of it is due to that.  But this combo just wants to go straight , and it’s hot .  Doesn’t matter if it’s a high bomb , or a low bullet.  It comes out fast and goes.  

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TM Sim2 max 9* TB 70TX

TM 300 13.5* Tensei CK blue 80TX

TM Sim2 max 16.5 MMT 70x 

Tsi2 21* graphite design Ad IZ 8s 

Titleist T100 5-pw MMT 125 TX 

Very sm7 50 edel sms 54 58 MMT 125 TX 

Cameron GSS 009  1.5 , sound slot , tungsten sole weights , head speed shaft. 

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5 hours ago, bladehunter said:

More I play with this thing , the more confident I get.  And I swear it’s still getting longer.   I had 6 holes yesterday where I hit less club in than I ever have ( ever ) on approach.   And this is after a hurricane came through and dumped rain last week. No way you can call it super firm and fast.  Now mind you I’ve been working hard on my driver swing as well. And I know some of it is due to that.  But this combo just wants to go straight , and it’s hot .  Doesn’t matter if it’s a high bomb , or a low bullet.  It comes out fast and goes.  

What shaft you rockin?

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7 hours ago, stingerfade said:

What shaft you rockin?

TB 70TX.  45.5 inches.  No extra tipping.  Smooth as silk.  

TM Sim2 max 9* TB 70TX

TM 300 13.5* Tensei CK blue 80TX

TM Sim2 max 16.5 MMT 70x 

Tsi2 21* graphite design Ad IZ 8s 

Titleist T100 5-pw MMT 125 TX 

Very sm7 50 edel sms 54 58 MMT 125 TX 

Cameron GSS 009  1.5 , sound slot , tungsten sole weights , head speed shaft. 

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16 hours ago, bladehunter said:

More I play with this thing , the more confident I get.  And I swear it’s still getting longer.   I had 6 holes yesterday where I hit less club in than I ever have ( ever ) on approach.   And this is after a hurricane came through and dumped rain last week. No way you can call it super firm and fast.  Now mind you I’ve been working hard on my driver swing as well. And I know some of it is due to that.  But this combo just wants to go straight , and it’s hot .  Doesn’t matter if it’s a high bomb , or a low bullet.  It comes out fast and goes.  

This is my exact experience with the TD too.  I can feather a ball into play if I have to however with this driver it's bombs away.  The harder it hit it, the straighter it goes.  Catch one a bit high in the face and it launches a knuckle ball that Phil Niekro would be envious of.  It is such a fun driver!   

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Callaway Epic Speed TD 10.5° driver Tensei Pro White 1K 60S

Callaway Epic Flash 15° fairway wood Tensei Pro Blue 70S

Callaway Epic Flash 18° hybrid MMT Hybrid 80S

Callaway Epic Flash 21° hybrid MMT Hybrid 90S

Mizuno JPX 921 Forged 4-PW & GW Modus3 Tour 120 S flex

Mizuno T20 Raw Wedge 50-07 Modus3 Tour 120 S flex

Mizuno T20 Raw Wedges 55-13 and 60-06 Modus3 125 Wedge

Scotty Cameron Phantom X 5.5

Scotty Cameron Special Select Newport

Titleist Pro V1

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41 minutes ago, stingerfade said:

Tensei blue? 

No the diamana TB.  I think stands for true blue or something.  It’s the new blue board basically. 
 

 

https://www.mca-golf.com/products/diamana™-tb-series

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TM Sim2 max 9* TB 70TX

TM 300 13.5* Tensei CK blue 80TX

TM Sim2 max 16.5 MMT 70x 

Tsi2 21* graphite design Ad IZ 8s 

Titleist T100 5-pw MMT 125 TX 

Very sm7 50 edel sms 54 58 MMT 125 TX 

Cameron GSS 009  1.5 , sound slot , tungsten sole weights , head speed shaft. 

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